- Created by: anyacrichton
- Created on: 11-05-20 21:05
Firstly, symptoms such as a lump or swelling in either testicle, a dull ache or sharp pain in the testicles/scrotum/lower abdomen will most likely be noticed by the patient. They are then likely to visit their General Practitioner (GP)
At the GP, they will be asked about their patient and family history. Lifestyle will be discussed and they will have a physical examination to check for changes.
The GP will refer the patient to a cancer specialist for further…